For those not interested in my gaming news, I’ve got you covered…
Lately at WeLoveDC, I’ve been doing some excellent interviews with some pretty cool people. First up was Carrie Milbank from the Hockey Show on NHL.com. She’s pretty awesome, though I had to keep the questions related to the Caps. That was hard to do, but I know if I didn’t I’d be lynched by the Caps-mad fans who read our site.
Next up was a grand two-parter with Peter Earnest. Former CIA intelligence officer, former boss of mine and all-around cool guy.
I’ve got some more lined up to go soon, most likely in January. Two prominent ones are with Miss D.C. in the Miss USA pageant, and with John Buccigross of ESPN, to discuss the Caps at the halfway point. Both prove to be challenging but ultimately will be very fun reads for you visitors.
Also check out all my other posts on the site; I end up getting two or three features up a week, so don’t miss out.
Have a Merry Christmas, all, and I’ll (most likely) catch up after the new year.
Wow, I’m horrible at updating this thing.
So, lots going on to fill you in on. Though I’m sure all five of you readers already know all that’s ongoing, I figured I should post this for the rest of the intrawebs so that in a 100 years people will know what happened to me along with what other people ate for food, went all emo about and bitched about politically.
The big news is that I’ve been tapped as the new Assistant Line Developer for the Classic Battletech (CBT) game line for Catalyst Game Labs. So what does that mean, exactly?
I was blessed to have the opportunity to interview Carrie Milbank for our WLDC site. She’s pretty awesome, even if she’s a secret Caps fan. (I kid – she’s like me in the sense that she likes any good hockey game, regardless of who’s playing. Except when it’s the Rangers – I draw the line there.)
Post something regarding BattleTech, see site hits blow through the roof. Post on something OTHER than that universe? Tank city, baby.
It’s okay, it only confirms what I’ve known since birth: the goings-on in my life are pretty unimportant to everyone else. The internet LIES! It said if we blogged about all our inanity, we’d be famous?! LIES!
Yes, my sarcasm meter is on “medium-high” at the moment. Forgive me. I’ve been trapped the last four days writing and re-writing a campaign arc that will most likely turn every player using it against me. Not that that’s a surprise, really. Most players in my games love to dislike when I gamemaster. It’s only natural that like/loathe paradox extend to readers now – who in turn, turn around and use them on their friends. Ahhh, the cycle continues. Muwahahaha….er, em…
Ok, so yeah. Ravings of a tired mind here. Cut me some slack.